We at homesteads, a passionate group of ex-corporates duly realise that farmers are the backbone of our nation, with over 70 per cent of Indian households still dependent on farming. However, over the last few decades, farmers have become the forgotten workers of the nation. What we intend to achieve at homesteads is to create diverse engagement for farmers to revive their experience for farm owners and green enthusiasts.
It has been observed over the years that farmers are moving away from agriculture due to lack of justifiable returns from their toil. We at Homesteads intend to provide varied market exposure to our members while efficiently utilizing the generation-old experiences that the farmers have learned over time.
Below is a list of some of the services we are strong at, with which we hope a deliverable start to revolutionising the urban agricultural community in India.
Well-managed contract farming is an effective way to coordinate and promote production and marketing in agriculture. Nevertheless, it is essentially an agreement between unequal
Homesteads creates plans based on his customers’ needs and implements plans that are already in place. Negotiating, researching, and lobbying are tedious and .....
Broadly, this sector involves activities related to natural resources management, crops and cropping systems, integrated farming systems, watershed programmes,
Well-managed contract farming is an effective way to coordinate and promote production and marketing in agriculture. Nevertheless, it is essentially an agreement between unequal parties: companies, government bodies
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or individual entrepreneurs on the one hand and economically weaker farmers on the other. It is, however, an approach that can contribute to both increased income for farmers and higher profitability for sponsors. When efficiently organized and managed, contract farming reduces risk and uncertainty for both parties as compared to buying and selling crops on the open market.
Critics of contract farming tend to emphasize the inequality of the relationship and the stronger position of sponsors with respect to that of growers. Contract farming is viewed as essentially benefiting sponsors by enabling them to obtain cheap labour and to transfer risks to growers. However, this view contrasts with the increasing attention that contract farming is receiving in many countries, as evidence indicates that it represents a way of reducing uncertainty for both parties. Furthermore, it will inevitably prove difficult to maintain a relationship where benefits are unfairly distributed between sponsors and growers.
The advantages, disadvantages and problems arising from contract farming will vary according to the physical, social and market environments. More specifically, the distribution of risks will depend on such factors as the nature of the markets for both the raw material and the processed product, the availability of alternative earning opportunities for farmers, and the extent to which relevant technical information is provided to the contracted farmers. These factors are likely to change over time, as will the distribution of risks.
Homesteads Farms & Infra Developers create plans based on its customer's needs and implements plans that are already in place. Negotiating, researching, and lobbying are tedious and difficult tasks, but HOMESTEADS experience takes the stress away from you.
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So you can focus on your business. With Farm House Development’s involvement in building projects, all of those little pieces begin to fall neatly into place. Homesteads vast experience across each of these elements means that he understands how all of the steps are connected and accounted for.
(a) Topography: Topography is the detailed description of farmland if it is plain or made up of hills and mountains.
(b) Soil Type: The farmer must ensure that the farm is suitable and rich in nutrients for farming.
(c) Accessibility: The farm must be accessible for farmworkers.
(d) Water Supply: There should be easy access to water for farm and human use.
(e) Drainage: Drainage allows for the disposal of water that has been used which cannot be reused in the farm. It helps to prevent water pollution.
Farm stead can be defined as a farmhouse and all its production and processing structures.
(a) It promotes neatness and prevents pollution within the farmstead.
(b) It also ensures the proper sitting of certain building or structure in certain locations within the farmstead.
(a) Plant the crops on the best soil within the farm.
(b) Farm building should not be located on slopes to avoid erosion.
Despite the many advantages of owning farmland most investors do not know what type of land to buy nor do they know how to manage it afterwards. Land Investment Company will visit with you to determine what type and size of farmland investments is right for you.
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Homesteads have developed farmland investments that not only provide regular income but almost immediately provide a large amount of capital appreciation.
Homesteads provide two basic services, land development and land management. Homesteads are not a land broker nor will we create a conflict of interest by selling farmland to investors. Homesteads work strictly for the investor in finding, negotiating and managing farmland to maximize return.
Broadly, this sector involves activities related to natural resources management, crops and cropping systems, integrated farming systems, watershed programmes, rain-fed farming, sustainable improved agronomic practices for arable crops.
Fodder and pastures for various land use situations and agro-climatic conditions, including species selection and cultivation practices.
For irrigation commands, land levelling, shaping, the lining of watercourses, construction of water distribution channels, designing suitable cropping systems, irrigation scheduling, water management, drainage. Modernisation and system improvement diagnosis are other areas of expertise available.
Land leveling/shaping, Bunding, Terracing, Trenching
Gully and Ravine control measures, Waterways